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Tamiya MFC-02 and 2S Lipo compatibility

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Post by mmu16 on Thu 5 Sep 2013 - 14:55

Hi guys,

Long time admirer of the forum so first of all thanks for sharing your expertise and knowledge - much appreciated. I have a question relating to the Tamiya MFC-02 unit. I'm about to build my highlift hilux and the MFC unit has its own ESC. I want to upgrade to a 2S lipo pack but i'm not sure what current draw I should aim for. I cant find any information on the max amperage for the internal BEC. I want to get something like a 5000+ Mah 60C pack but i'm worried i'll fry the MFC-02 (its pretty costly after all). I'm planning on running a high torque servo for steering duties and initially run the stock motor (27T) with an eye on upgrading to a higher turn motor (so less draw). Any advice on the best battery and servo combo would be most welcome!

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Re: Tamiya MFC-02 and 2S Lipo compatibility

Post by boolean21 on Fri 6 Sep 2013 - 9:48

mmu16 wrote:Hi guys,

Long time admirer of the forum so first of all thanks for sharing your expertise and knowledge - much appreciated.  I have a question relating to the Tamiya MFC-02 unit. I'm about to build my highlift hilux and the MFC unit has its own ESC.  I want to upgrade to a 2S lipo pack but i'm not sure what current draw I should aim for.  I cant find any information on the max amperage for the internal BEC.  I want to get something like a 5000+ Mah 60C pack but i'm worried i'll fry the MFC-02 (its pretty costly after all). I'm planning on running a high torque servo for steering duties and initially run the stock motor (27T) with an eye on upgrading to a higher turn motor (so less draw).  Any advice on the best battery and servo combo would be most welcome!

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hi,
welcome on board...

i can't find any voltage specs on the mfc-02... but IF it can support a 2S lipo, max amperage doesn't harm the mfc-02.... higher amperage ratings on the lipo only gives you more run time...

hope it helps... just check your manual to see if you can find the specs stating the MAX INPUT VOLTAGE...

and lastly... post your build thread!
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Re: Tamiya MFC-02 and 2S Lipo compatibility

Post by slow on Thu 12 Sep 2013 - 6:16

HI mmu16,

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